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Everydrop by Whirlpool Ice and Water Refrigerator Filter 3, EDR3RXD1, Single-Pack, White

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everydrop Filter 3 is the only filter approved by: Whirlpool, Maytag, Amana, KitchenAid and Jenn Air brands
Certified to reduce 99% of lead, offering superior contaminant reduction for you and your family
Reduces 73 contaminants including lead, pesticides, pharmaceuticals, and waterborne parasites (NSF 401, 53 and 42 certified)
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Specification: Everydrop by Whirlpool Ice and Water Refrigerator Filter 3, EDR3RXD1, Single-Pack, White

Weight 12 lbs
Dimensions 2.6 × 3 × 13.5 in

40 reviews for Everydrop by Whirlpool Ice and Water Refrigerator Filter 3, EDR3RXD1, Single-Pack, White

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  1. cr@Amazon

    The Whirlpool EDR3RXD1 filter did NOT (work) filter water. I bought filter from Amazon on 2020-04-04. I install filter on Whirlpool ED5FHEXV502 fridge. I run 4 gallons of water through filter to set filter into working mode. I set up three glasses of water (see photos). I let glasses of water sit on a table for 1 hour to come to room temperature. Then I used TDS Meter tool to measure the TDS (Total Dissolved Solids) of water in PPM (Parts Per Million) units. Glass #1 contains filtered water from the fridge where Whirlpool EDR3RXD1 filter is installed; PPM reading of 255 Glass #2 contains purified water from purified bottled water; PPM reading of 4 Glass #3 contains un-filterd water from kitchen faucet; PPM reading of 256 *** Result: Water from Whirlpool filter have *same reading as kitchen faucet water; meaning Whirlpool filter did *NOT filter the waterRead more

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  2. B. S. Kimerer

    I bought this a year ago to have it on hand when my current PUR filter wore out. The old filter is losing its flow, so I tried to put this one in. It will not snap into place. I pushed very hard on it, and it simply will not snap in. To make sure I was doing it right, I put the old filter back in, and that one snapped right in, no problem. The new white filter looks the same as the old blue filter with some minor differences that were pointed out by other reviewers. It looks like those minor differences are keeping this filter from working properly. I called the Whirlpool help line, and after 15 minutes on hold I finally connected to a customer support agent, who talked me through the installation procedure. It was the same procedure I was already doing, so I was not doing it incorrectly before. The filter would not snap in. He thought that it might be the wrong filter, but I have triple checked everything. I have the correct filter model for my fridge. The service agent thought that there might be something wrong with this filter since I did not buy it from Whirlpool. He told me to order one from them and it will fit. I placed the order, but I have not received it yet, so I cannot report on whether or not a filter from Whirlpool (actually, Every Drop) will fit better than the one sold by Amazon. I will update this if/when I receive the new filter and try it out. BTW, the new filter cannot be returned to Whirlpool for a refund if I open the packaging. Without opening the packaging, I will not be able to tell if the new filter will snap in to place or not. So there really is no return policy. I am gambling my own 50 bucks on their hunch that the same filter from Whirlpool will fit while this one will not. The bottom line on this is that this filter does not fit in the Maytag MSD2559XEM refrigerator. Caveat. UPDATE: I ordered a filter directly from Whirlpool as recommended by their help line. The cost was $49.99 plus sales tax. I received the filter in about a week. The packaging of both the Whirlpool filter and the Amazon filter are identical, and the part numbers on the packaging, EDR3RXD1, are identical. The filters themselves are NOT identical. When placed side by side, you can see that on the Amazon filter, the body of the filter flares out as it goes into the end cap. On the filter from Whirlpool, the body flares out only a tiny bit, and meets the end cap mostly at a 90 degree angle. Other than that, they look identical. But that small difference seems to be key. The old blue PUR filter also does not flare out where the body goes into the end cap. The first time I tried to put the Whirlpool filter into the fridge, it did not snap in. However, I gave it one more try and replaced the old one to see exactly how much force is needed to get it to snap in. Even with the old filter, I had to give it one last nudge in order to get it to snap in, so I tried that on the Whirlpool filter, and it worked. So, the Whirlpool filter DOES fit, and the Amazon filter DOES NOT fit. I did not try to remove the new filter to see if it will come out. That would be tempting fate a bit too much. The bottom line is that there are at least two versions of this filter out there. One fits and the other does not, even though they carry the same part number. Caveat Emptor when buying third party filters. I ran water through the filter until it stopped spitting air (about two gallons). The water smells and tastes OK. I cannot detect any of the off odors or tastes that other reviewers have reported. The flow is fine. It will take a while to see how long the filter lasts. I am leaving this rating at one star because I am reviewing the filter that I bought from Amazon, not the filter that I bought from Whirlpool. They claim to be the same filter, but they are not. Because of the misrepresentation of the Amazon filter, I would remove my one star and give it a zero if I could. Caveat Emptor.Read more

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  3. M&A

    We purchased this filter from Amazon and followed all installation instructions for priming the filter, but the water tasted worse than before. Had a plastic taste that is not what we had with the previous filter. Not sure if we got a bad filter, but it was unacceptable and we contacted Amazon for a return. (filter manufacture stamp was 01/17) Update 09/23/17: We subsequently purchased a filter directly from the everydrop website as something was wrong with the Amazon filter. Upon installation we noticed a few differences. The amazon filter was difficult to install – the catch for the button would not engage without a lot of force. The everydrop filter installed much more easily. The second difference I noticed only upon opening the new filter. The everydrop filter felt lighter than I remembered the Amazon one feeling (before installation). The last difference was the everydrop filter had much more air to purge out than the Amazon one during the priming process. All the packaging looked the same between the filters without major inspection. I do not know if the filters are used or counterfeit – all I know is something is wrong with them. Purchasing directly from the manufacturer seems a safer bet in my mind.Read more

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  4. C Cluff

    UPDATED WITH CUT APART PICTURES OF EVERY DROP FILTER- still just charcoal in a sock πŸ˜‰ There are many recent poor reviews of this product since the changes made to the filter packaging in winter 2015. Being a diligent Amazoner I listened and ordered the “old” 4396810 blue filter from another source that appeared to have back stock. Well they sent me the new filters! So I gave it a try. The packaging mentions it is still a PUR licensed filter. I popped it in, ran out a gallon. The water was clear and taste like nothing-just how I like my water. I will update as appropriate for longevity. I found the blue filters to be good for 3-4 months in the summer and 4-5 months in winter ( we drink mush more in the summer) I also opened up the blue filter to see what is so special that people yearned for, it’s just a chunk of charcoal with a sock on it. I’ll open up the new white filter when it is spent.Read more

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  5. laur1

    Filter had a leak that flooded our kitchen. There was manufacturing defect that was under the adhesive label wrapped around the filter. I saw a drop of water near the front of fridge after I changed the filter. Thought is was just a little that that I missed wiping up after the filter change. I have changed this filter every six months since the refrigerator was new.Woke up the next morning to a flooded kitchen floor. The adhesive label had held the leak well enough for me to think there was no problem. Sometime during the night it let loose. I called the manufacturer and was told they don’t warranty their products sold through 3rd party seller. Thumbs down to Whirlpool. Now I have to check if everything I buy through Amazon voids the manufacturer warranty. And I get to repair a damaged floor.Read more

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  6. Amazon Customer

    I’ve been using this filter for my fridge for the past 4 years. I noticed the quality has been going down for the past year. The filter will plug up and restrict flow after 4 months. I changed my filter recently and it was plugged up and restricting flow. I had amazon send me another replacement filter. Same thing, straight out of the box, the filter restricted water flow. I returned that and requested a refund instead. I purchased the ‘ICE’ brand instead since it had good review. The filter worked great and it was half the price. I usually don’t mind paying extra and sticking with the OEM brand, but i will not buy this again unless they figure out their quality control.Read more

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  7. selfbuilt

    I have tried a number of brands of these – including this genuine model, as well directly from Whirlpool. After a bad experience with poor fit of a supposedly genuine model from a local Whirlpool distributor, I started trying some budget versions on Amazon. These generally worked well, but I’ve been worried about quality (both build, and how long the filter actually lasts), so have decided to return to the genuine model sold here (as it is cheaper than my local distributor). This unit appears to be a genuine model, and I have had no problems with fit. However, the initial flow rate is much lower that it used to be with the version I bought from my local Whirlpool distributor. I can’t imagine that the water supply to my house has suddenly become so dirty that it clogs the filter instantly – but it has quickly gotten to the point where I wont bother with filtered water, due to the low flow. There seems to be a lot of variability with these “‘genuine” models, whether from Amazon or my local distributor. A shame, as I don’t want to gamble on a quickly useless filter at these prices.Read more

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  8. FinancieroMax

    Like many others here, I would really prefer to pay 1/3 or 1/2 the cost by using one of the generic brand filters. I have gone this route before with terrible results. It seems like we don’t really have a choice here – these filters work really well. Don’t waste your time and money with imitations.Read more

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  9. madzal

    So, I was solely a pur water filter person. Since being discontinued, I read many reviews on cheaper brands. My issue was more of the taste of the water. Yes, this is a pricey filer, I will admit. However, the taste of the water is phenomenal. Clean, crisp and no after taste. Since I only replace this filter every 6 months, I will stick with this filter.Read more

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  10. Brandon

    It makes the water taste like water, no weird tastes from my experience. I would definitely recommend for anyone else who has the option to get this filter, just follow the instructions and it should work just fine.Read more

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  11. cr@Amazon

    The Whirlpool EDR3RXD1 filter did NOT (work) filter water. I bought filter from Amazon on 2020-04-04. I install filter on Whirlpool ED5FHEXV502 fridge. I run 4 gallons of water through filter to set filter into working mode. I set up three glasses of water (see photos). I let glasses of water sit on a table for 1 hour to come to room temperature. Then I used TDS Meter tool to measure the TDS (Total Dissolved Solids) of water in PPM (Parts Per Million) units. Glass #1 contains filtered water from the fridge where Whirlpool EDR3RXD1 filter is installed; PPM reading of 255 Glass #2 contains purified water from purified bottled water; PPM reading of 4 Glass #3 contains un-filterd water from kitchen faucet; PPM reading of 256 *** Result: Water from Whirlpool filter have *same reading as kitchen faucet water; meaning Whirlpool filter did *NOT filter the waterRead more

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  12. B. S. Kimerer

    I bought this a year ago to have it on hand when my current PUR filter wore out. The old filter is losing its flow, so I tried to put this one in. It will not snap into place. I pushed very hard on it, and it simply will not snap in. To make sure I was doing it right, I put the old filter back in, and that one snapped right in, no problem. The new white filter looks the same as the old blue filter with some minor differences that were pointed out by other reviewers. It looks like those minor differences are keeping this filter from working properly. I called the Whirlpool help line, and after 15 minutes on hold I finally connected to a customer support agent, who talked me through the installation procedure. It was the same procedure I was already doing, so I was not doing it incorrectly before. The filter would not snap in. He thought that it might be the wrong filter, but I have triple checked everything. I have the correct filter model for my fridge. The service agent thought that there might be something wrong with this filter since I did not buy it from Whirlpool. He told me to order one from them and it will fit. I placed the order, but I have not received it yet, so I cannot report on whether or not a filter from Whirlpool (actually, Every Drop) will fit better than the one sold by Amazon. I will update this if/when I receive the new filter and try it out. BTW, the new filter cannot be returned to Whirlpool for a refund if I open the packaging. Without opening the packaging, I will not be able to tell if the new filter will snap in to place or not. So there really is no return policy. I am gambling my own 50 bucks on their hunch that the same filter from Whirlpool will fit while this one will not. The bottom line on this is that this filter does not fit in the Maytag MSD2559XEM refrigerator. Caveat. UPDATE: I ordered a filter directly from Whirlpool as recommended by their help line. The cost was $49.99 plus sales tax. I received the filter in about a week. The packaging of both the Whirlpool filter and the Amazon filter are identical, and the part numbers on the packaging, EDR3RXD1, are identical. The filters themselves are NOT identical. When placed side by side, you can see that on the Amazon filter, the body of the filter flares out as it goes into the end cap. On the filter from Whirlpool, the body flares out only a tiny bit, and meets the end cap mostly at a 90 degree angle. Other than that, they look identical. But that small difference seems to be key. The old blue PUR filter also does not flare out where the body goes into the end cap. The first time I tried to put the Whirlpool filter into the fridge, it did not snap in. However, I gave it one more try and replaced the old one to see exactly how much force is needed to get it to snap in. Even with the old filter, I had to give it one last nudge in order to get it to snap in, so I tried that on the Whirlpool filter, and it worked. So, the Whirlpool filter DOES fit, and the Amazon filter DOES NOT fit. I did not try to remove the new filter to see if it will come out. That would be tempting fate a bit too much. The bottom line is that there are at least two versions of this filter out there. One fits and the other does not, even though they carry the same part number. Caveat Emptor when buying third party filters. I ran water through the filter until it stopped spitting air (about two gallons). The water smells and tastes OK. I cannot detect any of the off odors or tastes that other reviewers have reported. The flow is fine. It will take a while to see how long the filter lasts. I am leaving this rating at one star because I am reviewing the filter that I bought from Amazon, not the filter that I bought from Whirlpool. They claim to be the same filter, but they are not. Because of the misrepresentation of the Amazon filter, I would remove my one star and give it a zero if I could. Caveat Emptor.Read more

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  13. M&A

    We purchased this filter from Amazon and followed all installation instructions for priming the filter, but the water tasted worse than before. Had a plastic taste that is not what we had with the previous filter. Not sure if we got a bad filter, but it was unacceptable and we contacted Amazon for a return. (filter manufacture stamp was 01/17) Update 09/23/17: We subsequently purchased a filter directly from the everydrop website as something was wrong with the Amazon filter. Upon installation we noticed a few differences. The amazon filter was difficult to install – the catch for the button would not engage without a lot of force. The everydrop filter installed much more easily. The second difference I noticed only upon opening the new filter. The everydrop filter felt lighter than I remembered the Amazon one feeling (before installation). The last difference was the everydrop filter had much more air to purge out than the Amazon one during the priming process. All the packaging looked the same between the filters without major inspection. I do not know if the filters are used or counterfeit – all I know is something is wrong with them. Purchasing directly from the manufacturer seems a safer bet in my mind.Read more

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  14. C Cluff

    UPDATED WITH CUT APART PICTURES OF EVERY DROP FILTER- still just charcoal in a sock πŸ˜‰ There are many recent poor reviews of this product since the changes made to the filter packaging in winter 2015. Being a diligent Amazoner I listened and ordered the “old” 4396810 blue filter from another source that appeared to have back stock. Well they sent me the new filters! So I gave it a try. The packaging mentions it is still a PUR licensed filter. I popped it in, ran out a gallon. The water was clear and taste like nothing-just how I like my water. I will update as appropriate for longevity. I found the blue filters to be good for 3-4 months in the summer and 4-5 months in winter ( we drink mush more in the summer) I also opened up the blue filter to see what is so special that people yearned for, it’s just a chunk of charcoal with a sock on it. I’ll open up the new white filter when it is spent.Read more

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  15. laur1

    Filter had a leak that flooded our kitchen. There was manufacturing defect that was under the adhesive label wrapped around the filter. I saw a drop of water near the front of fridge after I changed the filter. Thought is was just a little that that I missed wiping up after the filter change. I have changed this filter every six months since the refrigerator was new.Woke up the next morning to a flooded kitchen floor. The adhesive label had held the leak well enough for me to think there was no problem. Sometime during the night it let loose. I called the manufacturer and was told they don’t warranty their products sold through 3rd party seller. Thumbs down to Whirlpool. Now I have to check if everything I buy through Amazon voids the manufacturer warranty. And I get to repair a damaged floor.Read more

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  16. Amazon Customer

    I’ve been using this filter for my fridge for the past 4 years. I noticed the quality has been going down for the past year. The filter will plug up and restrict flow after 4 months. I changed my filter recently and it was plugged up and restricting flow. I had amazon send me another replacement filter. Same thing, straight out of the box, the filter restricted water flow. I returned that and requested a refund instead. I purchased the ‘ICE’ brand instead since it had good review. The filter worked great and it was half the price. I usually don’t mind paying extra and sticking with the OEM brand, but i will not buy this again unless they figure out their quality control.Read more

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  17. selfbuilt

    I have tried a number of brands of these – including this genuine model, as well directly from Whirlpool. After a bad experience with poor fit of a supposedly genuine model from a local Whirlpool distributor, I started trying some budget versions on Amazon. These generally worked well, but I’ve been worried about quality (both build, and how long the filter actually lasts), so have decided to return to the genuine model sold here (as it is cheaper than my local distributor). This unit appears to be a genuine model, and I have had no problems with fit. However, the initial flow rate is much lower that it used to be with the version I bought from my local Whirlpool distributor. I can’t imagine that the water supply to my house has suddenly become so dirty that it clogs the filter instantly – but it has quickly gotten to the point where I wont bother with filtered water, due to the low flow. There seems to be a lot of variability with these “‘genuine” models, whether from Amazon or my local distributor. A shame, as I don’t want to gamble on a quickly useless filter at these prices.Read more

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  18. FinancieroMax

    Like many others here, I would really prefer to pay 1/3 or 1/2 the cost by using one of the generic brand filters. I have gone this route before with terrible results. It seems like we don’t really have a choice here – these filters work really well. Don’t waste your time and money with imitations.Read more

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  19. madzal

    So, I was solely a pur water filter person. Since being discontinued, I read many reviews on cheaper brands. My issue was more of the taste of the water. Yes, this is a pricey filer, I will admit. However, the taste of the water is phenomenal. Clean, crisp and no after taste. Since I only replace this filter every 6 months, I will stick with this filter.Read more

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  20. Brandon

    It makes the water taste like water, no weird tastes from my experience. I would definitely recommend for anyone else who has the option to get this filter, just follow the instructions and it should work just fine.Read more

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  21. cr@Amazon

    The Whirlpool EDR3RXD1 filter did NOT (work) filter water. I bought filter from Amazon on 2020-04-04. I install filter on Whirlpool ED5FHEXV502 fridge. I run 4 gallons of water through filter to set filter into working mode. I set up three glasses of water (see photos). I let glasses of water sit on a table for 1 hour to come to room temperature. Then I used TDS Meter tool to measure the TDS (Total Dissolved Solids) of water in PPM (Parts Per Million) units. Glass #1 contains filtered water from the fridge where Whirlpool EDR3RXD1 filter is installed; PPM reading of 255 Glass #2 contains purified water from purified bottled water; PPM reading of 4 Glass #3 contains un-filterd water from kitchen faucet; PPM reading of 256 *** Result: Water from Whirlpool filter have *same reading as kitchen faucet water; meaning Whirlpool filter did *NOT filter the waterRead more

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  22. B. S. Kimerer

    I bought this a year ago to have it on hand when my current PUR filter wore out. The old filter is losing its flow, so I tried to put this one in. It will not snap into place. I pushed very hard on it, and it simply will not snap in. To make sure I was doing it right, I put the old filter back in, and that one snapped right in, no problem. The new white filter looks the same as the old blue filter with some minor differences that were pointed out by other reviewers. It looks like those minor differences are keeping this filter from working properly. I called the Whirlpool help line, and after 15 minutes on hold I finally connected to a customer support agent, who talked me through the installation procedure. It was the same procedure I was already doing, so I was not doing it incorrectly before. The filter would not snap in. He thought that it might be the wrong filter, but I have triple checked everything. I have the correct filter model for my fridge. The service agent thought that there might be something wrong with this filter since I did not buy it from Whirlpool. He told me to order one from them and it will fit. I placed the order, but I have not received it yet, so I cannot report on whether or not a filter from Whirlpool (actually, Every Drop) will fit better than the one sold by Amazon. I will update this if/when I receive the new filter and try it out. BTW, the new filter cannot be returned to Whirlpool for a refund if I open the packaging. Without opening the packaging, I will not be able to tell if the new filter will snap in to place or not. So there really is no return policy. I am gambling my own 50 bucks on their hunch that the same filter from Whirlpool will fit while this one will not. The bottom line on this is that this filter does not fit in the Maytag MSD2559XEM refrigerator. Caveat. UPDATE: I ordered a filter directly from Whirlpool as recommended by their help line. The cost was $49.99 plus sales tax. I received the filter in about a week. The packaging of both the Whirlpool filter and the Amazon filter are identical, and the part numbers on the packaging, EDR3RXD1, are identical. The filters themselves are NOT identical. When placed side by side, you can see that on the Amazon filter, the body of the filter flares out as it goes into the end cap. On the filter from Whirlpool, the body flares out only a tiny bit, and meets the end cap mostly at a 90 degree angle. Other than that, they look identical. But that small difference seems to be key. The old blue PUR filter also does not flare out where the body goes into the end cap. The first time I tried to put the Whirlpool filter into the fridge, it did not snap in. However, I gave it one more try and replaced the old one to see exactly how much force is needed to get it to snap in. Even with the old filter, I had to give it one last nudge in order to get it to snap in, so I tried that on the Whirlpool filter, and it worked. So, the Whirlpool filter DOES fit, and the Amazon filter DOES NOT fit. I did not try to remove the new filter to see if it will come out. That would be tempting fate a bit too much. The bottom line is that there are at least two versions of this filter out there. One fits and the other does not, even though they carry the same part number. Caveat Emptor when buying third party filters. I ran water through the filter until it stopped spitting air (about two gallons). The water smells and tastes OK. I cannot detect any of the off odors or tastes that other reviewers have reported. The flow is fine. It will take a while to see how long the filter lasts. I am leaving this rating at one star because I am reviewing the filter that I bought from Amazon, not the filter that I bought from Whirlpool. They claim to be the same filter, but they are not. Because of the misrepresentation of the Amazon filter, I would remove my one star and give it a zero if I could. Caveat Emptor.Read more

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  23. M&A

    We purchased this filter from Amazon and followed all installation instructions for priming the filter, but the water tasted worse than before. Had a plastic taste that is not what we had with the previous filter. Not sure if we got a bad filter, but it was unacceptable and we contacted Amazon for a return. (filter manufacture stamp was 01/17) Update 09/23/17: We subsequently purchased a filter directly from the everydrop website as something was wrong with the Amazon filter. Upon installation we noticed a few differences. The amazon filter was difficult to install – the catch for the button would not engage without a lot of force. The everydrop filter installed much more easily. The second difference I noticed only upon opening the new filter. The everydrop filter felt lighter than I remembered the Amazon one feeling (before installation). The last difference was the everydrop filter had much more air to purge out than the Amazon one during the priming process. All the packaging looked the same between the filters without major inspection. I do not know if the filters are used or counterfeit – all I know is something is wrong with them. Purchasing directly from the manufacturer seems a safer bet in my mind.Read more

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  24. C Cluff

    UPDATED WITH CUT APART PICTURES OF EVERY DROP FILTER- still just charcoal in a sock πŸ˜‰ There are many recent poor reviews of this product since the changes made to the filter packaging in winter 2015. Being a diligent Amazoner I listened and ordered the “old” 4396810 blue filter from another source that appeared to have back stock. Well they sent me the new filters! So I gave it a try. The packaging mentions it is still a PUR licensed filter. I popped it in, ran out a gallon. The water was clear and taste like nothing-just how I like my water. I will update as appropriate for longevity. I found the blue filters to be good for 3-4 months in the summer and 4-5 months in winter ( we drink mush more in the summer) I also opened up the blue filter to see what is so special that people yearned for, it’s just a chunk of charcoal with a sock on it. I’ll open up the new white filter when it is spent.Read more

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  25. laur1

    Filter had a leak that flooded our kitchen. There was manufacturing defect that was under the adhesive label wrapped around the filter. I saw a drop of water near the front of fridge after I changed the filter. Thought is was just a little that that I missed wiping up after the filter change. I have changed this filter every six months since the refrigerator was new.Woke up the next morning to a flooded kitchen floor. The adhesive label had held the leak well enough for me to think there was no problem. Sometime during the night it let loose. I called the manufacturer and was told they don’t warranty their products sold through 3rd party seller. Thumbs down to Whirlpool. Now I have to check if everything I buy through Amazon voids the manufacturer warranty. And I get to repair a damaged floor.Read more

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  26. Amazon Customer

    I’ve been using this filter for my fridge for the past 4 years. I noticed the quality has been going down for the past year. The filter will plug up and restrict flow after 4 months. I changed my filter recently and it was plugged up and restricting flow. I had amazon send me another replacement filter. Same thing, straight out of the box, the filter restricted water flow. I returned that and requested a refund instead. I purchased the ‘ICE’ brand instead since it had good review. The filter worked great and it was half the price. I usually don’t mind paying extra and sticking with the OEM brand, but i will not buy this again unless they figure out their quality control.Read more

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  27. selfbuilt

    I have tried a number of brands of these – including this genuine model, as well directly from Whirlpool. After a bad experience with poor fit of a supposedly genuine model from a local Whirlpool distributor, I started trying some budget versions on Amazon. These generally worked well, but I’ve been worried about quality (both build, and how long the filter actually lasts), so have decided to return to the genuine model sold here (as it is cheaper than my local distributor). This unit appears to be a genuine model, and I have had no problems with fit. However, the initial flow rate is much lower that it used to be with the version I bought from my local Whirlpool distributor. I can’t imagine that the water supply to my house has suddenly become so dirty that it clogs the filter instantly – but it has quickly gotten to the point where I wont bother with filtered water, due to the low flow. There seems to be a lot of variability with these “‘genuine” models, whether from Amazon or my local distributor. A shame, as I don’t want to gamble on a quickly useless filter at these prices.Read more

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  28. FinancieroMax

    Like many others here, I would really prefer to pay 1/3 or 1/2 the cost by using one of the generic brand filters. I have gone this route before with terrible results. It seems like we don’t really have a choice here – these filters work really well. Don’t waste your time and money with imitations.Read more

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  29. madzal

    So, I was solely a pur water filter person. Since being discontinued, I read many reviews on cheaper brands. My issue was more of the taste of the water. Yes, this is a pricey filer, I will admit. However, the taste of the water is phenomenal. Clean, crisp and no after taste. Since I only replace this filter every 6 months, I will stick with this filter.Read more

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  30. Brandon

    It makes the water taste like water, no weird tastes from my experience. I would definitely recommend for anyone else who has the option to get this filter, just follow the instructions and it should work just fine.Read more

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  31. cr@Amazon

    The Whirlpool EDR3RXD1 filter did NOT (work) filter water. I bought filter from Amazon on 2020-04-04. I install filter on Whirlpool ED5FHEXV502 fridge. I run 4 gallons of water through filter to set filter into working mode. I set up three glasses of water (see photos). I let glasses of water sit on a table for 1 hour to come to room temperature. Then I used TDS Meter tool to measure the TDS (Total Dissolved Solids) of water in PPM (Parts Per Million) units. Glass #1 contains filtered water from the fridge where Whirlpool EDR3RXD1 filter is installed; PPM reading of 255 Glass #2 contains purified water from purified bottled water; PPM reading of 4 Glass #3 contains un-filterd water from kitchen faucet; PPM reading of 256 *** Result: Water from Whirlpool filter have *same reading as kitchen faucet water; meaning Whirlpool filter did *NOT filter the waterRead more

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  32. B. S. Kimerer

    I bought this a year ago to have it on hand when my current PUR filter wore out. The old filter is losing its flow, so I tried to put this one in. It will not snap into place. I pushed very hard on it, and it simply will not snap in. To make sure I was doing it right, I put the old filter back in, and that one snapped right in, no problem. The new white filter looks the same as the old blue filter with some minor differences that were pointed out by other reviewers. It looks like those minor differences are keeping this filter from working properly. I called the Whirlpool help line, and after 15 minutes on hold I finally connected to a customer support agent, who talked me through the installation procedure. It was the same procedure I was already doing, so I was not doing it incorrectly before. The filter would not snap in. He thought that it might be the wrong filter, but I have triple checked everything. I have the correct filter model for my fridge. The service agent thought that there might be something wrong with this filter since I did not buy it from Whirlpool. He told me to order one from them and it will fit. I placed the order, but I have not received it yet, so I cannot report on whether or not a filter from Whirlpool (actually, Every Drop) will fit better than the one sold by Amazon. I will update this if/when I receive the new filter and try it out. BTW, the new filter cannot be returned to Whirlpool for a refund if I open the packaging. Without opening the packaging, I will not be able to tell if the new filter will snap in to place or not. So there really is no return policy. I am gambling my own 50 bucks on their hunch that the same filter from Whirlpool will fit while this one will not. The bottom line on this is that this filter does not fit in the Maytag MSD2559XEM refrigerator. Caveat. UPDATE: I ordered a filter directly from Whirlpool as recommended by their help line. The cost was $49.99 plus sales tax. I received the filter in about a week. The packaging of both the Whirlpool filter and the Amazon filter are identical, and the part numbers on the packaging, EDR3RXD1, are identical. The filters themselves are NOT identical. When placed side by side, you can see that on the Amazon filter, the body of the filter flares out as it goes into the end cap. On the filter from Whirlpool, the body flares out only a tiny bit, and meets the end cap mostly at a 90 degree angle. Other than that, they look identical. But that small difference seems to be key. The old blue PUR filter also does not flare out where the body goes into the end cap. The first time I tried to put the Whirlpool filter into the fridge, it did not snap in. However, I gave it one more try and replaced the old one to see exactly how much force is needed to get it to snap in. Even with the old filter, I had to give it one last nudge in order to get it to snap in, so I tried that on the Whirlpool filter, and it worked. So, the Whirlpool filter DOES fit, and the Amazon filter DOES NOT fit. I did not try to remove the new filter to see if it will come out. That would be tempting fate a bit too much. The bottom line is that there are at least two versions of this filter out there. One fits and the other does not, even though they carry the same part number. Caveat Emptor when buying third party filters. I ran water through the filter until it stopped spitting air (about two gallons). The water smells and tastes OK. I cannot detect any of the off odors or tastes that other reviewers have reported. The flow is fine. It will take a while to see how long the filter lasts. I am leaving this rating at one star because I am reviewing the filter that I bought from Amazon, not the filter that I bought from Whirlpool. They claim to be the same filter, but they are not. Because of the misrepresentation of the Amazon filter, I would remove my one star and give it a zero if I could. Caveat Emptor.Read more

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  33. M&A

    We purchased this filter from Amazon and followed all installation instructions for priming the filter, but the water tasted worse than before. Had a plastic taste that is not what we had with the previous filter. Not sure if we got a bad filter, but it was unacceptable and we contacted Amazon for a return. (filter manufacture stamp was 01/17) Update 09/23/17: We subsequently purchased a filter directly from the everydrop website as something was wrong with the Amazon filter. Upon installation we noticed a few differences. The amazon filter was difficult to install – the catch for the button would not engage without a lot of force. The everydrop filter installed much more easily. The second difference I noticed only upon opening the new filter. The everydrop filter felt lighter than I remembered the Amazon one feeling (before installation). The last difference was the everydrop filter had much more air to purge out than the Amazon one during the priming process. All the packaging looked the same between the filters without major inspection. I do not know if the filters are used or counterfeit – all I know is something is wrong with them. Purchasing directly from the manufacturer seems a safer bet in my mind.Read more

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  34. C Cluff

    UPDATED WITH CUT APART PICTURES OF EVERY DROP FILTER- still just charcoal in a sock πŸ˜‰ There are many recent poor reviews of this product since the changes made to the filter packaging in winter 2015. Being a diligent Amazoner I listened and ordered the “old” 4396810 blue filter from another source that appeared to have back stock. Well they sent me the new filters! So I gave it a try. The packaging mentions it is still a PUR licensed filter. I popped it in, ran out a gallon. The water was clear and taste like nothing-just how I like my water. I will update as appropriate for longevity. I found the blue filters to be good for 3-4 months in the summer and 4-5 months in winter ( we drink mush more in the summer) I also opened up the blue filter to see what is so special that people yearned for, it’s just a chunk of charcoal with a sock on it. I’ll open up the new white filter when it is spent.Read more

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  35. laur1

    Filter had a leak that flooded our kitchen. There was manufacturing defect that was under the adhesive label wrapped around the filter. I saw a drop of water near the front of fridge after I changed the filter. Thought is was just a little that that I missed wiping up after the filter change. I have changed this filter every six months since the refrigerator was new.Woke up the next morning to a flooded kitchen floor. The adhesive label had held the leak well enough for me to think there was no problem. Sometime during the night it let loose. I called the manufacturer and was told they don’t warranty their products sold through 3rd party seller. Thumbs down to Whirlpool. Now I have to check if everything I buy through Amazon voids the manufacturer warranty. And I get to repair a damaged floor.Read more

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  36. Amazon Customer

    I’ve been using this filter for my fridge for the past 4 years. I noticed the quality has been going down for the past year. The filter will plug up and restrict flow after 4 months. I changed my filter recently and it was plugged up and restricting flow. I had amazon send me another replacement filter. Same thing, straight out of the box, the filter restricted water flow. I returned that and requested a refund instead. I purchased the ‘ICE’ brand instead since it had good review. The filter worked great and it was half the price. I usually don’t mind paying extra and sticking with the OEM brand, but i will not buy this again unless they figure out their quality control.Read more

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  37. selfbuilt

    I have tried a number of brands of these – including this genuine model, as well directly from Whirlpool. After a bad experience with poor fit of a supposedly genuine model from a local Whirlpool distributor, I started trying some budget versions on Amazon. These generally worked well, but I’ve been worried about quality (both build, and how long the filter actually lasts), so have decided to return to the genuine model sold here (as it is cheaper than my local distributor). This unit appears to be a genuine model, and I have had no problems with fit. However, the initial flow rate is much lower that it used to be with the version I bought from my local Whirlpool distributor. I can’t imagine that the water supply to my house has suddenly become so dirty that it clogs the filter instantly – but it has quickly gotten to the point where I wont bother with filtered water, due to the low flow. There seems to be a lot of variability with these “‘genuine” models, whether from Amazon or my local distributor. A shame, as I don’t want to gamble on a quickly useless filter at these prices.Read more

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  38. FinancieroMax

    Like many others here, I would really prefer to pay 1/3 or 1/2 the cost by using one of the generic brand filters. I have gone this route before with terrible results. It seems like we don’t really have a choice here – these filters work really well. Don’t waste your time and money with imitations.Read more

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  39. madzal

    So, I was solely a pur water filter person. Since being discontinued, I read many reviews on cheaper brands. My issue was more of the taste of the water. Yes, this is a pricey filer, I will admit. However, the taste of the water is phenomenal. Clean, crisp and no after taste. Since I only replace this filter every 6 months, I will stick with this filter.Read more

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  40. Brandon

    It makes the water taste like water, no weird tastes from my experience. I would definitely recommend for anyone else who has the option to get this filter, just follow the instructions and it should work just fine.Read more

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